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What to do in Oklahoma on April 28, 2019: Check out the final day of the inaugural RexFest in downtown OKC

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Crews put the finishing touches on setup as John Rex students get a sneak peak of the Architects of Air inflatable art exhibit called "Luminarium Albesila," featured in the RexFest fundraiser at Together Square in Oklahoma City. [Photo by Chris Landsberger, The Oklahoman]
Crews put the finishing touches on setup as John Rex students get a sneak peak of the Architects of Air inflatable art exhibit called "Luminarium Albesila," featured in the RexFest fundraiser at Together Square in Oklahoma City. [Photo by Chris Landsberger, The Oklahoman]

Today's featured event: 

Check out the final day of the inaugural RexFest from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. today in downtown OKC.

The John W. Rex Charter Elementary School Parent Teacher Association has invited England’s Architects of Air to fill Together Square, 400 W Sheridan Ave, with large, colorful, walk-through inflatable sculptures called luminarium.

The John W. Rex Charter Elementary School Parent Teacher Association has invited England’s Architects of Air to fill Together Square, 400 W Sheridan Ave, with large, colorful, walk-through inflatable sculptures called luminarium. The inaugural RexFest features the luminarium “Albesila,” a collection of egg-shaped domes. Entering them is said to be like walking into a stained-glass window or futuristic space station. [Photo provided]
The John W. Rex Charter Elementary School Parent Teacher Association has invited England’s Architects of Air to fill Together Square, 400 W Sheridan Ave, with large, colorful, walk-through inflatable sculptures called luminarium. The inaugural RexFest features the luminarium “Albesila,” a collection of egg-shaped domes. Entering them is said to be like walking into a stained-glass window or futuristic space station. [Photo provided]

As previously reported, RexFest is featuring the luminarium “Albesila,” a collection of egg-shaped domes. Entering them is said to be like walking into a stained-glass window or futuristic space station.

Proceeds from RexFest go to arts education at John Rex and to the Foundation for Oklahoma City Public Schools. 

For information and tickets, go to OKCRexFest.com.  

For more events, go to newsok.com/calendar.

-BAM

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Crews put the finishing touches on setup as John Rex students get a sneak peak of the Architects of Air inflatable art exhibit called "Luminarium Albesila," featured in the RexFest fundraiser at Together Square in Oklahoma City. [Photo by Chris Landsberger, The Oklahoman]

Crews put the finishing touches on setup as John Rex students get a sneak peak of the Architects of Air inflatable art exhibit called "Luminarium Albesila," featured in the RexFest fundraiser at Together Square in Oklahoma City. [Photo by Chris Landsberger, The Oklahoman]

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Brandy McDonnell

Brandy McDonnell, also known by her initials BAM, writes stories and reviews on movies, music, the arts and other aspects of entertainment. She is NewsOK’s top blogger: Her 4-year-old entertainment news blog, BAM’s Blog, has notched more than 1... Read more ›

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